>SJWs blame lack of female artists on festival rosters on sexism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD6lb0pMCPc Skip to 11:10
>activists blame lack of inclusion of women on discrimination against women
>why is the ratio important at all
Really? Hypothetically if there were 100 artist in the world and only 10 of them were women then it would appear to be a bias, but really it's not. People just want something to bitch about.
That's what I'm saying. Why is it a bad thing that there are more male musicians than female musicians in a certain genre, or music as a whole?
People who think it's because of discrimination will think its a bad thing, but they've just jumped to a conclusion without any evidence to back it up
sexism is a thing, patriarchy isn't
That institutionalised sexism has a name. Reality.
And you're looking at it through an inherently patriarchic point of view (as all of feminism does), as it would only tell women they are worthless if they were men. But they are not. They are women. So it's not that it's telling women that they're worthless, rather, more specifically, it's telling them that they're worthless at being /men/.
Being a man implies something. This has to do with the logical transformation between being fundamentally disposable as opposed to being inherently scarce. Those things which are fundamentally disposable produce an exterior, whereas that which is inherently scarce produces an interior. To make something is to produce an exterior. It makes no sense for women to be creators, because they are already better 'be-ers'.
This is not a one-off either. It has as much to do with men and women as it does the fact why your cheetos taste better than your kale, but why your kale has a higher nutritional content. It's simply an embedded logicality within the universe. One which makes no sense to question or 'change'.
The true actual honest to God way the patriarchy exists is in the fact that language is inherently masculine, and therefore any sort of ideology, by default, will be patriarchic.
Feminism is quite literally THE failed ideology. It is the ideology which literally represents all possible failure. That explains down to the behaviouralistic bone exactly why people interested in 'social justice' are the way they are.
You can't escape the truth.
>watch second video
>everyone just goes "OMG BEYONCE RIHANNA NICKI MINAJ!"
I've never been to these festivals (or any in general) but aren't the festivals they're at rock festivals? Would bad female rappers/pop artists really fit in there?
To be better at inferiority is technically not to actually be better at something. That's just a loophole of language and the way representation can work and nothing more.
It's like saying a stock for instance had the 'most' change in its sector if it dropped 30 points.
Well no it's actually a logically airtight justification.
If things 'are the way they are' in the sense which I was conveying, then they simple could not possibly be changed to begin with. You are seeing only white where all colours exist.
I know this is going to be a harsh, and it's probably going to ruin your day, but hear me out.
women aren't as good as men at music.
It's not a conspiracy that most musicians and most acclaimed musicians are all male.
It's not sexism.
The majority of women just aren't interested in music.
The vast majority of musicians, music fans and other people working with music are men, it isn't surprising that most festival bands consist of men too. Personally I'm ok with music being a male oriented hobby.